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BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by SymOutdoors: 6:41am On Aug 08, 2019
BRT/ LagBus Advertising in Lagos, Nigeria

We can help you to advertise your products, services & events on BRT/ LagBus in a professional, cost efective and high-impact way.

We design your advert, print it out, brand it on the buses and then consult for you on the best route to reach your target audience.

Don't even worry about LAASA we will take care of them at no extra cost. We handle both the body branding ad and the interior TV advert placement.

BRT/Lag bus advertising is an effective and cost efficient form of outdoor advertising that enables your business, product or event reach the urban audience. Get your message through the city as buses circulate the city landscape and outlying suburban areas enabling thousands of people view your message multiple times each day.

It is one aggressive marketing strategy for those hoping to rebrand businesses, launch new products, force new brands into the sub-consciousness of the average Lagosian as well as religious organisations planning a convention / revival programmes, etc.

Contact us for the cost of advertising on BRT/ Lagbus in Lagos, Nigeria.

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Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by SymOutdoors: 10:01pm On Aug 15, 2019
BRT Bus Branding – Advertise on any BRT Bus in Lagos.

Branding BRT Buses in Lagos with your Ads. Advertise on any BRT Bus in Lagos. Mobile Billboard Advertising. Branding on BRT Bus Buses or Car.

We can help your marketing campaign message get seen all over the busiest public routes in Lagos.

BRT Bus Branding & Transit advertising is an effective and cost efficient form of mass audience exposure and outdoor advertising and it offers a great way to reach the urban audience and get your message throughout the city of Lagos as your branded BRT buses circulate the city of Lagos landscape and outlying suburban areas branded with your creative message which will be seen multiple times by thousands of your target audience including motorists, pedestrians & daily commuters in Lagos.

TO PLACE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT ON ANY BRT, LAGBUS IN LAGOS, NIGERIA;

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Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by SymOutdoors: 4:21am On Aug 30, 2019
BRT-LagBus Branding
Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 3:03am On Oct 04, 2019
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Leaflets and flyers are proven to be the best, and the most cost-effective, type of advertising you can choose to use.

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Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 1:12pm On Nov 12, 2019
Advertising your products and services on BRT BUSES in Lagos, Nigeria has proven to be the most effective means of outdoor advertising in Lagos because 80% of Lagos residents spend 70% of their day Outdoor and mostly inside traffic.

Contact:
08 139 458 588, 08 053 408 939
Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 2:59am On Nov 29, 2019
Still available
Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by timothydgreat: 11:00pm On Dec 04, 2019
Seasons greetings, pls I am in need of any daily paid job. I am damn broke, to even transport myself to the place I'm running an IT programme is an issue. pls anybody with link. whether construction, site, etc.
Thank you
I reside in Lagos, Alimosho.
Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 12:37pm On Dec 12, 2019
PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE PANEL ADVERTISING IN LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA

We are pleased to introduce to you a means of poster advertising which serves as a replacement for indiscriminate poster pasting in Lagos state.

Our Agency is approved by LASAA.

we have advert panels in over Thirty Five (35) Pedestrian bridges walkways in different parts of Lagos state, strategically positioned to capture the attention of your target Audience.

It is currently available on the following pedestrian bridges in Lagos –

(1)Ojota, (2)Ketu, (3) mile 12 (4) Alapere, (5) Ikeja, (6)Oshodi (7) Cele, (cool ljesha, (9) Maryland, (10) ilasa, (11) Anthony
(12) Obanikoro, (13) palm groove, (14) Onipanu, (15) Jibowu, (16) Barrack-Ojuelegba, (17) Alaka, (18) CMS. (19) Ile –Epo
(20) Ijaiye, (21) ldumota, (22) Iyana-Oworo (23) Gbagada, (24) Trade fair, (25) mile 2, (26) Berger, (27) Car wash, (28) Oshodi,
(29) Anthony village, (30) Ojota 2, (31) Fadeyi, (32) Five star, (33) Trade fair,
(34) Alapomeji, (35) Oshodi 2, (36) Apongbon.

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Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 8:18pm On Dec 29, 2019
Compliments of the season.
Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 1:20am On Jan 11, 2020
LAGOS STATE BUS REFORM PROJECT POISED TO REVAMP TRANSIT ADVERTISING

The extensive Bus Reform Project of the Lagos State Government has the potential to transform transit advertising in the state. The government plans to launch the project in March with 820 high and medium-capacity buses. It is an initiative that Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, says would redefine public transportation and boost the state's economy.

Through partnership with the private sector, the government intends to increase the supply of buses to 5,000 over time, and build modern terminals and transport infrastructure to ease mobility for 12 million people using public transportation in Lagos. The Ikeja Bus Terminal, which was inaugurated last year, is part of the Bus Reform Project. The expansive Oshodi Transport Interchange is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2019. There are additional 11 bus terminals being built in strategic locations in the Lagos metropolis. The government says the project is modelled after modern terminals in Europe.

On March 17, 2008, the Lagos State government commenced the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), a public-private partnership of the Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA) and supported by the World Bank. The BRT system, initially provided a convenient and faster means of public transportation than the regular bus services, has become inefficient. The number of BRT buses has reduced considerably, creating long queues at the bus terminals. The new buses to be introduced into the system could help alleviate the travails of mass transit passengers.

From the point of view of out-of-home (OOH) advertising companies, the increase in the number of buses will present an opportunity to harness additional touchpoints for strategic brand marketing. Buses and bus terminals are very effective in outdoor advertising. The buses provide exterior and interior ad spaces, while the terminal buildings and surroundings are also platforms for adverts. The process of placing ads on public transportation areas and in public transportation vehicles is what is referred to as transit advertising.

Airports, railways stations, bus terminals, street lights, toll plazas, buses, taxes, and trains are ideal places for transit advertising because they provide high visibility for brands on a daily basis. This form of outdoor advertising is effective because it is hard to ignore. For example, it is easy for some people to change channels when a commercial is aired on television or radio that they do not want to watch or listen to. But passengers on a bus or at a bus terminal are captive audiences of transit advertising.

Road infrastructure renewal projects of the Lagos State government will also play a huge role in unlocking transit advertising opportunities for outdoor advertisers. With Gross Domestic Product (GDP) estimated at $91 billion, Lagos State remains the economic hub of the country. Expanding the state's infrastructure stock and facilitating the movement of people and goods will further boost economic activity. My prediction is that outdoor advertising spend will experience a shift from the utilization of billboards to transit advertising as advertisers begin to maximize their advertising budgets for sustained return on advertising spend (ROAS).

Although OOH advertising spending in 2017 dropped by 15 percent to N24.6 billion revenue, from N28.8 billion recorded in 2016, according to MediaReach OMD, 2019 could present an opportunity for a better outlook for the market. Lagos alone accounts for 50 percent of the Nigerian advertising market. This means that what happens in Lagos can pretty much affect the entire market performance.

But providing the buses, the public infrastructure and implementing the Bus Reform Project is not enough to change the OOH market in Lagos. Critical to getting transit advertising in Lagos to be effective in terms of providing premium outdoor advertising services lies with the methodology of selecting service providers for each of the bus terminals and hubs. A selection process driven by international best practices and underpinned by competence, technical knowledge and professional track record rather than cronyism is key to repositioning the OOH industry.

Perhaps, the government could look at using a competitive bidding process to select outdoor service providers that will deploy signages across all the terminals and hubs. Furthermore, the system could also run better if different outdoor service providers are allowed to deliver transit advertising at the various terminals.

Transit advertising is considered a key element in the OOH advertising ecosystem. It is also evolving beyond traditional print advertisement as new technologies enable advertisers to include digital signage, such as LCD and LED screens. A number of the existing BRT buses have LCD screens in them. There are also interactive advertisements that allow customers to scan a barcode with their smartphones. These new technologies also facility easier traffic measurement.

If it were a country, Lagos would be Africa's 7th largest economy. It is high time the city upgraded its scenic landscape, and by doing so it will provide leverage to transit advertising, which will not only add value to the economy but also offer campaign message amplification to the commuting public.

Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 7:34am On Feb 01, 2020
ADVANTAGES OF A BRT SYSTEM

It will reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality and meet the mobility needs, particularly of the less privileged and poor masses of the Lagos metropolis.

It is a roadway-based system that looks and behaves like a subway, offering high capacity rapid transit services but on dedicated lanes or city streets.

Guaranty a fast and reliable travel time – When operating in exclusive running ways or dedicated lanes, BRT systems can run at faster speeds than conventional buses in regular traffic and even as fast as light rail.

By offering frequent service and avoiding traffic-related delays, BRT systems can provide riders with a more reliable travel time.

ADVERTISE YOUR PRODUCTS & SERVICES ON LAGOS BRT BUSES;

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08 139 458 588, 08 053 408 939
Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 1:57pm On Feb 20, 2020
We Plan, Create, Execute and Monitor BRT branding campaigns that stand out and drive bottom lines. If you stay in Lagos, then you would have probably seen a BRT bus branded by us. Yes, we are that popular. As a leading transit marketing agency in Lagos, we have helped both premium brands and growing agencies over the years to get their brand stories on the BRT transit buses, delivered to diverse audiences across strategic routes.

Contact us:
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Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 8:58am On Mar 10, 2020
*100 YEARS FROM NOW !!!*

100 years from now will be the year 2120. By then, every single reader of this piece will be underground, our bodies having become part of the soil. During that time, our fate in respect to paradise or hell would have been made known to us.

Meanwhile above the soil, our houses that were left behind would have become either homes for others or demolished for better structures. Our clothes would have become destroyed or rags for others and replaced by more recent trends; our cars will be on display as historical artifacts by others or recycled for more advanced technology. But for us, we will be, for the most part, never thought about by anyone again. Think of it, how often do you think about your great grandfather? How often does your great grandmother cross your mind?. You see!

Our presence here on earth today, that presence that we make so much noise about and shed so many tears for, was preceded by countless generations before us and shall be followed by countless generations after us Jesus tarries. Every generation that passes through this world barely finds the time to take a glance at the world, before needing to bid it farewell and handing over the baton, having not fulfilled even a fraction of their ambitions. Our lives are, in reality, far shorter than we imagine.

In 2120, every one of us will realise from within the grave just how worthless this world actually was, and how trivial those dreams were that we centred on.

In 2120, every one of us will be wishing that we had dedicated our lives to great matters of GOD, doing His bid, and devoted ourselves to doing good deeds, particularly those that continue to benefit us after our death.

*In 2120, some reading this piece will be screaming out, but in vain:*

*“Lord return me! Give me another chance, so that I may have another opportunity to live for you ..”*

*The response to this request, however, shall be:*

*“No! and behind them is now a barrier until that Great Day."*

In 2120, many will be in regret, saying:

*“I wish that I had prepared for life after my journey on earth.”*

Let us reappraise ourselves, for surely what happened to those we talk of, heard of and read of will surely happen to us. Let us take advantage of today while it is called *TODAY* . Tomorrow is not yours yet until it comes. Accepting the sacrifice of Jesus and keeping our faith in Him, is the *ONLY* way out. I hereby humbly appeal to everyone who is touched by this massage to use this opportunity to share this important message to your contacts as part of your personal *EVANGELISM* . and live your life on this planet earth wisely, May the Almighty God help us, in Jesus' name.

*WE WILL ALL DIE Someday*
Where will you spend ETERNITY...?
Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 10:03am On Mar 27, 2020
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We can share your flyers and paste stickers in strategic locations like:

- shopping malls,
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- market places
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Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 4:31pm On May 03, 2020
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Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 8:08am On Jun 03, 2020
Commuters lament ‘overloading’ on BRT buses despite increase in fares
Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 6:18am On Jun 18, 2020
WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING OUTDOOR ADVERTISING SERVICES IN LAGOS, NIGERIA

- Pedestrian Footbridge Advertising

- Distribution of Flyers, Leaflets & Pamphlets

- Pasting of Stickers & Posters

- Newspaper Flyer/ Sticker Insertion

- Hiring of Skaters for Road Shows, Product Launch, Open House, Demo, etc

Contact:
08 139 458 588, 08 053 408 939
Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 9:48am On Jul 29, 2020
The season of advertising & Promotion is here. We Are Now Avaliable For Your Services. Do you Want To Promote Your Brand By:

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Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by IMC247: 8:55am On Aug 14, 2020
FLYER DISTRIBUTION ON MAJOR BRT TERMINALS IN LAGOS

We can distribute over 5000 flyers, stickers, brochures, pamphlets, leaflets, invites, etc, daily on major BRT Terminals in Lagos.

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Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by BlackSeedOil: 9:08pm On Sep 05, 2020
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Re: BRT/LagBus ADVERTISING IN LAGOS, NIGERIA by BlackSeedOil: 7:21am On Sep 30, 2020
We paste political/election campaign posters/flyers/stickers/banners in LAGOS/NIGERIA

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